Have you or your loved one been involved in an auto injury?
Motor Vehicle Accidents (MVA) cause much more than just a sore neck and headaches. Research has shown that even a low speed collision of 6.8 miles per hour (MPH) can cause serious damage to your cervical spine. Damage that may not be immediately apparent and difficult to diagnose. Because some of the injuries may not show up for days, weeks, or even years after the accident it is extremely important that you are seen by a provider that is able to diagnose and treat these injuries effectively. These injuries can even occur when there is very little damage to your vehicle. Treating patients involved in motor vehicle accidents is completely different than typical aches and pains. The physical forces applied to the spine during a motor vehicle accident can cause unseen and very difficult to diagnose injuries. These injuries include:
Damage to the Posterior Longitudinal Ligament (PLL)
Damage to the Supraspinous Ligament (SSL)
Damage to the Anterior Longitudinal Ligament (ALL)
Damage to Cervical Facet Joints
Damage to the Cervical Disc
Damage to the Dorsal Nerve Rami
Frequently Asked Questions
A: No, most walk in clinics are prohibited from treating patients recently involved in an auto accident. Often xrays are required or needed to assess the full extent of the injury. Our facilitate is equipped with state of the art digital xrays that can be viewed instantly allowing us to see exactly what needs to be treated and how severe the damage could be.
A: Absolutely. Research has shown signifcant damage can be caused at speeds as low as 8 mph.
Our goal is not just to get our patients out of pain, but to correct the actual damage done to the spine after a motor vehicle accident.
Our clinic staff is trained in the absolute latest techniques for the treatment of auto and work-related injuries. Often, auto accident related injuries must be treated much differently and use special techniques other than typical Chiropractic care.
Our caring and trained staff can get you in the same day you call, to ensure prompt and effective treatment of your injuries.